By Jack Wood on @thewoodparable
Name: Chaoyangsaurus youngi
Name Meaning: Chaoyang Reptile
First Described: 1999
Described By: Zhao, Cheng, & Xu
Classification: Dinosauria, Ornithischia, Genasauria, Neornithischia, Cerapoda, Marginocephalia, Ceratopsia
Chaoyangsaurus is an early derived Ceratopsian from the Late Jurassic, approximately 148 million years ago in the Tithonian age. As such, it is another representative of the earliest members of the Ceratopsian group, and thus shows what the most basal members were like. It was found in the Tuchengzi Formation in Liaoning, China, and is known from a partial skeleton what only includes part of the skull. It probably would have been only about a meter long.
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